These new designs by Pickle Pie are sure to fill many of your gift giving needs. These are the perfect “little somethings” for those friends and family who make life worthwhile. Warm Wishes gift card and treat holders are the perfect teacher gift. Stick in some chocolate spoons and tie to a favorite to go cup, mug or jar or homemade cocoa mix. Or insert a gift card. Make a bunch – once everyone sees how cute they are, they will want them!
Or “Wrap it Up”. Everyone can keep their drink straight when it is personalized with their initial! You can wrap up your silverware as well with this portable place mat. Wouldn’t these be a darling addition to a picnic basket gift?
These zippered bags are good for everything! They can literally be the “wrapping paper” for any small gift – and the recipient will like the wrapping as much as the gift!
All of these patterns are “in the hoop” designs so they are fast, easy and fun! The patterns are due to arrive next month – plenty of time to plan some Fall classes!
Western Ireland is the inspiration for Kaffe’s new book – Quilts in Ireland. And was he inspired! This book includes twenty projects in his famous colorways.
In their words: West Ireland, with its streets of colorful painted houses and ancient stone walls, provides the perfect inspiration for the richly varied quilt designs in Kaffe Fassett’s Quilts in Ireland. Renowned for his use of color, Kaffe creates color palettes of brilliant hot pinks and reds; deep blues, purples, and greens; and soft blues and whites from his journey to Ireland, showcased in striking quilt designs that are as unpredictable as the landscape of Ireland.
Who can top that??? You know his books are as much about a study in color as they are about the projects. This book is due to arrive next month – and you already know who will want it so order them now!
Many of you are planning Fall retreats or events so when I saw these bags by Tacony, I thought of you. They are reasonably priced and would be great “party favors” for ANY event.
They measure 15″ x 13 3/4″ x 4″ so they are big enough to carry a large project or show their love of quilting at the grocery store! The first two are in stock now, the third is due to arrive the beginning of September. Since you will want to order these in quantities, order them now!
How easy is this???? Chickadee Hollow Designs has pre-printed embroidery designs on fabric and even shaded them to add that awe factor.
Check out our website to see the entire selection of designs available in red and blue work. Or expand your thread palette and embroider this series of four baskets – made to be framed or showcased in a project.
These designs are due to arrive any day.. Why not order them now? They would be a great project for a mother/daughter class this summer!
Rinske Stevens Designs provides everything you need to create heirloom quality covered boxes for every room in your house – and every occasion!
Or make a collapsible Victorian sewing box or journal cover.
What makes these special is that they also sell the hardware to give each piece that heirloom quality look.
Can you imagine featuring embroidery designs on these projects? What a great wedding gift, Mother’s Day gift – you get the picture! Visit our website to see the entire line of Rinske Stevens Design products.
I love it when I fall in love with a pattern – and see that it is “Volume One” – which means there is going to be more goodness to come! In Kim’s own words: Kimberbell Noteables are composition book covers that turn ordinary writing paper into a noteworthy journal. Each machine embroidered cover is fully lined, durable, and reusable and best of all, each are made (even pieced!) entirely in-the-hoop!
There are four different options for the small size; two for the medium size; and two for the large. The best news? They are all totally done in the hoop!
Wouldn’t these be great gifts for children and adults alike? Who wouldn’t love a personal journal or diary? Or, personalize them for members of your book club….or make them for your favorite teacher. Have shower participants write encouraging notes to the future brides or expectant mother. The gift possibilities are endless!
The Life is Better in Full Bloom is organized so that you can learn eight different techniques. This 39-inch square wall hanging features yo-yos; three-dimensional pinwheels, and a variety of other techniques. The detailed instructions will guide you each step of the way.
But, this would be a great class as well. Why not teach this in your shop? Kimberbell has provided everything you need to start a shop program.
The shop guide includes:
+ Kit Cutting Instructions
+ Punch Card Reward System
+ Promotional Materials (Build the buzz and you’re going to have higher sign-ups!)
+ A Shop Sample Pattern
+ A List of Possible Add-on Sales
A shop just needs 1 Life Is Better In Full Bloom Shop Guide and can order the accompanying patterns for each participant at your shop.
These patterns are expected to arrive this month so order them now so you can start Spring off with a bang!
These “holsters” are designed to organize your sewing, office or craft area. They are made from a patented silicone. The flap sticks to any smooth, clean an dry surface. Once positioned, simply spray with water to secure in place. Drainage holes are included so objects such as paintbrushes can drain and dry. The Lil’ Holster is 3.25 x 5.25 inches and is dishwasher safe – which makes them the perfect organizers for your kitchen sink as well! They are so easy to place, move and clean!
The Hobby Holster is heat resistant up to 400 degrees so it can actually hold a glue gun. The flap can double as a work mat. Any glue will peal right off- or anything else you want.
The Lil’ Holster mini measures 2.5 x 4 inches and has all of the great features of the original.
These are the perfect gift for every quilter who dreams of being organized! Visit the website to see the entire range of colors: Holsters
This month, Crabapple Hill Studio is releasing the first of their new mystery quilt. The Girls’ Getaway will be presented in six patterns over the next several months – five embroidered patterns and a final pattern including the piecing instructions to complete the quilt.
What could be more fun than a vintage aqua camp trailer with pink and white striped awnings? Add a vintage pickup, a flower filled window box, some comfy chairs, and we’re ready to snuggle in for a beautiful glamping weekend! This the first block, will finish approximately 31″ x 12-1/2″.
Meg’s last mystery quilt – Mystery of the Salem Witches Quilt Guild – is still in the top 100 patterns so don’t miss out on this one.
My Embroidered Garden is designed to teach all aspects of embroidery. At just 4″ x 6″, it is a sweet little project pack full of happiness! What a perfect baby gift. Don’t all babies arrive in flowered baskets? Or, why not make an heirloom quality pin cushion with beautiful lily of the valley and peony design? Last but not least, this journal cover would be a perfect Mother’s Day gift!
Order them now so you will get the first shipment of these gorgeous designs. You know they will be perennial favorites!
It’s that time of year again. Time to take a fresh look at the area around your register. Every person that enters your shop will be standing there at some point, so why not make this a pleasant experience?
These three additions are perfect gifts – even if you are treating yourself! This counter display of Bonnie Hunter playing cards contains 12 decks that retail for around $5.00.
The Happy Quilter Word Search includes 72 puzzles with terms that every quilter will love. Who would have thought a puzzle book would crack the top 50 books? Could this be the next coloring book craze???
Every quilter needs these bandages in their first aid kit. Each box contains 30 bandages with five different designs…more due any day….
We owe an incredible part of our quilting history to Sue Reich. I have her first book – World War II Quilts. It is sooo well done! She shares the quilts and stories of the quilts that represent a generation. Many of these quilts are just surfacing. As Sue says, when they returned from the war, these quilts were placed in cedar chests – and in many cases forgotten. Thanks to Sue, they are now receiving center stage.
In Sue’s own words:
“Since this book was released, Many American women made warm and attractive quilts to honor and benefit US soldiers during the period 1940-1945, either as outright gifts or as raffle items to raise money for the war effort. This book reflects extensive original research of newspaper and magazine articles of the era, and authenticates the patterns and designs available to quilt makers, anchoring the quilts historically in time. Color photos and descriptive text identify many colorful and patriotic quilts made for donation to the Red Cross and organizations such as Bundles for Britain. When possible,original patterns and designs that inspired the quilts are included. The quilts can now be interpreted from factual and objective perspectives, enhancing their historic and emotional importance.”
This book is due out in May. What a great gift!